Readers of Andrea Rossi’s website Journal Of Nuclear Physics, has been asking questions lately about pricing. The initial price of the 1 MW plant was set to $2M per unit.  Now, only two months later, the price has dropped to $1,5M to reflect the success in recent developments. The large cost cut can be attributed to several factors including:

  • A close and successful collaboration with the first (still undisclosed) customer
  • New favorable and scaleable production processes
  • Strong partners within manufacturing, software and logistics
For more information regarding the two ECAT-models please read more on the ECAT product information page. As a service to all readers of Andrea Rossi’s website Journal of Nuclear Physics, is updating the FAQ section daily where all questions are indexed, tagged and fully searchable. Go the ECAT-FAQ here. There are currently 65 answered questions regarding the 1MW Plant.